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tail lights stay on all the time!!!!

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Old 03-15-2008, 05:44 AM   #1
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Exclamation tail lights stay on all the time!!!!

i need help, i cant figure out why my tail lights stay on all the time, they are on as if i was steping on the brake pedal but im not, and they stay on even after i turn my car off, and yes i made sure all the lights are off, also im working on cleaning up my engine bay i just took out my ac lines, condenser, compresor, but how do i remove the ac harness, what wires are the ones that i can take out, the relay? but i really need some info on my lights.... thanks
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Old 03-15-2008, 09:55 AM   #2
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lol sounds like a wiring problem.
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Old 03-15-2008, 07:29 PM   #3
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Try this:

http://www.g2ic.com/forums/showthrea...ht=lights+stay

http://www.g2ic.com/forums/showthrea...ht=lights+stay

I've had the same issue before, and in my case it was exactly the issue that these guys had. Hopefully it's the same for you. Good luck, and i hope this helps....
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ha ha, i would have never though to look there, but yeah thats what it was thanks man...
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dude, look above your brake pedal. there will be somethi8ng a appears to be a button, almost like a push pin. if it has started to fall apart, replace that and they will go right off.......that thing acts as a sensor to tell your light to shut off. i have had that problem many times
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putting a penny on there really works, thats awesome so simple and so effective i love it
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putting a penny on there really works, thats awesome so simple and so effective i love it
Don't you love simple fixes?
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Or you could just buy a new brake light switch and install it because that's what's wrong.
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naw dude, the penny works like a charm!!! maybe instead of the tape, ill put it on with epoxy or something, that way it will last longer!!!!!!!!!
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word. pennies fixed my problem too
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i just used the bolt method...
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im curious. if you epoxy the penny there will it raise the value of your car?

oh and the a/c harness is short. only like 2 1/2 feet
it only runs accross the radiatos, like by the hood latch. the main harness and a/c harness come apart around where the radiator fan plug is. youll need to remove the battery tray. the connection is under there. youll need a 10mm if i remember correctly
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im curious. if you epoxy the penny there will it raise the value of your car?
it better, pennies arent free
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thats a good idea, now i wanna put a quarter there, i wanna make big money!!
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shiiiiiit.... if i ever run into that problem im gonna fold up a 20 and epoxy it lol
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